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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 September 1915

H Mf7t Chadwlck nuto- ! fcn of U'1.1. !' th0 "fc B i.n this week for nn F "W returned Tuesday fcrio to ta,inm "ny0"' r KSwthlawl:itwr. 'ffflndloy left Wcdncs 'iw visit with hor KoN Curtla In Salt Lako .rtlM' of Suit Lake, is ltfon this week, vlslt 9 KSt r. and Mr. 'Q fc'ard will hold an outing 2rt Monday Scut. Gth. H toffee, celebrated candy fc. In England, eighteen ,ek with her mother, R ilri Carl Jones nnd MIbb KiUke City, were gucsta Rw " Jnck80"' aur,"B W, .,., Earl Vurncy spent jprov'o lth Mrs- Varnoy'B K parley Stnoot. K Adams returned Sunday K month's stay In Dlngham Kther, J. Q. Adams. Duntdoa of Alpine was flTlsltor in American I-ork Krai Curtis returned Wcdncs- Kv to her home In Idaho, nf- 1 E lt with Miss Nell Huck- K Mrs. Martin Hanson and Kjlri uert Wootton aro K'lMcic's outliiR in Amerlcnii r Mil Jennings of Salt Lako ' Kntsday here visiting with Kti, Mr. and Mis Joseph II. Klilrs. Elmer Miller of Plcus I Be iptnt tho forepart of the I Km Tlritlng with Mrs. Miller's I ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 September 1915

ffr I AMERICAN FORK CIT1SB. BATUKUAt, a Si!! i The Lehi Department y I Canning Plant 1 Starts Today Hi . Interesting Description of I'mceti of Ha ('muting Tomatoes. HH Tiio Cunning factory will make ItH BH lnltlnl run on tomatoes today when It iHs Ih expected that about ten tons will Hi ho put In cntiR. Thn fa rm it com ma ;ncnccd delivering tomntooa nt the BH factory yesterday: Commencing Mon EH dny, tlio plant will recclvo toniatoch H every dny excepting Sunday till frou HBJ corn cut, IleonUBo of, n falBO report Riven Hj out last wcelc that the plant wnuli. BJH comtnenco operating Tuesday, then HH wan fiomu confusion nH to when i)h EH girls should he ready. EjH Mr. M. II. Mann who has npura(i': HM the Woodeross and Clearfield plant BjX for a dozen years Is In charge mid will B& teach several local men how to oper HI nto (ho plant another yenr. Only HR about 20 girls will bo at work todny 9 hut as tho crop IncrcaHos this mini H3fl her will he Increased to 30. Ahou! HHj 12 men a...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 September 1915

Ilia fZ l -JHSggFOnK CITIZEN, s'ATUnDAVivrmm 4 mc 181111 lrt0lfflHffW7HAn' ftMKUKIHEW, I Druggist m ! UTAH fcrJjTO SERVICE KwKtmndKxprcss Between KlCEBAB FORT, FAIR. RjELD n TOPMFF. K Out leaves Hut:30 " "' SfleW-10!lC "' '" ReturulnB leaves Topllrt-12:30 u m. Fairfield 1:30 p. in. CcdurFortT2:00i).m. HLhrtDiragcinciit for prlratc Hftl" dt of these towns af- KJ life-Win. Onrii, Mgr. Biggage Transfer itomobilo for Iliro BnsonTSons fHlivery and Feed Stables Telephone 15-W-l in St. Lolii, Utah red's Variety Store IrOR GH0CEB1KS H.Ciokf, Complete, Up Hit Slttk, and Trices Ilea K, Oar Other Stock Al. mk! Mm YABIETY STOKE Hi Street, Lclil. bing Heating HMm r'irnlifacd Free BnilS OF ALL KINDS J tow located lu Lcnl ana HMtado all kinds of plumb B to luitall steam or not httlai plants. I. S. LOTT Hi" - - UTAn V uit Repairing p. First Glass kued galvanized HriH. Smokestacks, tofhoj, ttc. .. ML rilLED WtOMWW J HP REASONABLE WSUL OB CALL ON m Gunther LEHl I Sll, HIHiiJ ber Hk. 'w'pfo" - ffor Hi...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 September 1915

BYflM B " AMBWOAN FORK CITIZEN', SATUIElg Itj Announcement and Premium List ALPINE STAKE M. I. A. FAIR TO BE HELD AT STAKE TABERNACLE, AMERICAN I..' FORK, SEPTEMBER 23-24.25, 1915 SLOGAN "SMALLER THAN THE STATE ; FAIR, BUT BETTER." ... MS Announcement Bi? C Tho fcJlako Fail' of ti year ao was bo huc- j ccsbI'uI lrom an educational point of view that j ',, , a fjtroiig and iusistant demand i uoinj? made for v its repetition this year. The M. 1. A. Boards have yielded to tins demand and now have their ( plans in progress lor a much larger and better I, ' one than that of last fall. We wish to take this J; ' ( opportunity of inviting the public, as a whole, f A to ta,ke part in the prospective fair and make it m)t a community movement. Mirny of our visitor? BjL; , oi last year remarked, "I could have brought a f a product better than the one here exhibited," W&i and we wcie conscious of the fact that not all X, ot the arucles were the best; but we were de Bj$ pending then, as we ar...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 September 1915

Pleasant Qrovl Department I uT lies of Sidewalk 1-BtoTrftlB. City Council btirdtr cvniU'E when It IKomoco I'm nocesnary E to lay miywlif ro frcm 5 iMWiWow lit pavement In the final voto ot tho EririH cover tt'Uho con t, ,ho city, nti.l run to tho f c the Mate o:k1, Locunt several other Btreotn. IJjdnMrs will tron Rt out ltd tho advertising etc fc In time to commence W n the sprint-' Ktltr wr.s liiEtnK'ti'il to ask E parties to rulimlt names B lection, mi' to purchimo Kir supplies fir tl coming lirrtTwasaullicr!y.cl to ls fcaatlon askl-1: ovorybody Monday, Sept, C nnd build Kci trail. Idea Orchestra aaitrorchcstiu hail rccout nilicd of Pleasant Orovo Kaoslc student Ito pres Krsblp l twnty-flve. This 3 embodies tho contlnun. 11 It plans to accommodate tic high school students, fciiatea nnil adults of 'tho Btao aro Interested In or ik. Rom of tho organization In Etna) Improvement of Its Kad the cnlcrtilnniont unci Kift of the community. It of the membt rB to mnko Htumt orchestra, to tl...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 September 1915

I r i ill AMERICAN F0nKrCITlZEy.8ATlm)A),a':j - ag BS I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I mm i i Clyde. I'nrker returned Sundny nfter fe,w week' on the rcaorvntlon. Mrs, 8ln-rl Wilson of I'rovo la hero visiting with her relatives, J. I j. Dutiklcy who In I'rovo Tiiph ilny, guoHt of IiIh mother, Mrn. Hiiuniili Miss Vclnia Duncnii left Wednesday for Providence, Utnli whore sho will tench tho fit It fcrnile (IiIh year. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Adnms nnd Mr nnd Mrs. Stove Woods sjiont the foro. port of the week In Illni;linm. Mrs. W. P. Ilromley of Kurekn Is hero visiting with her clstcr, Mrs. liny no ley nnd Mrs. Ilona Hromlcy. Henry 0. Johnson nnd son Hour nml; IlfPf Onrdner worn In Amrrlrnr 'Fork nmyoii Hnndny. Iii Shelly of Salt I.nke wns her Sunday nnd Mondny visiting nt the homo of J. W. Ovnrd nnd fnmlly. Ordir j our pciirlies nnd tnmntoox nt (Joorjre V. ShcllcjV. Hood (jiinlll.i. Itcnsnnnlile price. I'll one 33 .1. .f Mr. nnd Mrs. L. W. Illnl of Map ton spent tlm flrr.t of tlin wrk...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

WiT' merje plilute Great Success fcStnd 'l "MImt ln"wTher Institute of I'oolDlstrlct which cloa E,as a decided sue. E results accomplished ,.cl that nearly ovei toirlct wm ' nl',,(1 , nld tlml " wnu contentions lioo or at Lgo n most BUCCC88- K ,j publlshcil In our practically cnrrlcil out cfptlon Tuesday ftierwn. pilnclpnl of K Schools eavo a talk I tase of Education anil K the State I'nivcrulty l,a ttandards of educn- He Instruction R.ivo two Ki,iindl)r George H Hdtnt of thr. nrlglintn i'j, gave n" Inspiring fProf.O N' Child, sup. ialtUkc City CSrnmninr ,U E. McKnlgliti head (department of tin V e ifMkW' Mllcl' t,e Ktk tnd napcm by local B( futures of all three jUm and all the teach itd llh result i obtnln rfred to enter with nmlasm on the year's tienlrg the merlcnn Hfitea rccriion In tl Hcq of the Stake 1'abcr Killing lonelier It wni of get nciiu.ituled nf- us the print 11 nl f"ii a, cake and luniH we. m Woman lis In California H ns received In this B announcing the dwitli Houston...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

.urn-., roK cmSiggSS'-'-' -'-' - L I Alpine School .Calendar 1915-16 Hft Tint Alpine school oniolulx moved Hj Into thrlr now iiarlTH over the Hank of American Fork this week. Hupt. Hopkins nml Cltyk Karlchricr have If''" busy getting everything In readl Hr ness Tor tlio commencement of nil the HL districts tomorrow. Mnny iletnllR have HFl hnd to he worked out Incidental to Hj J consolidation. The. troubles, however, HJ , hovn been solved ns they enmo up. HJ' Following Is the rnlendnr for the year. HHi First Term Heglnti Sept. 13, 1915. Hn First term cIosch Oct. 9, 19ir. HK Second term brains Nov. 1, 1910. HNs Second term closes Dec. 24, 1910. Hh Third term begins Jan. .1, 1D1C. HJi Third term closes Feb. 2G, 191G. HJ ; Fourth term begins Feb. 28, 1910. HJ Fourth term closes April 21, 1910 HJ1 Fifth term begins April 24, 191(1. ; Fifth term cIobcs May fl. 191G. HJ j FoIIowIiik fipeclnl days will bo oh served: l.nhor Day, Sept. 8, 1915; Col Hp , umbus liny, Oct. 12, 1915; Thnnksglv. H...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

If I gFORK LOCALS M Kcliyspcnt Monday hunt- Ke canyon- I rill Millinery nt Pcoplo'a Kp.UJil- I i .n noberts of Provo wna the K"J W UoC,a nroWn ThurBdny- I'r Jtnicn of Provo wna nn Amcrl. l5S!iiKorWcd"OBd,,sr- . .utcfi of Magrnth, Canada, J Sffijrf " ., nice Miller la spcndliiB ten fch'relatlvcsjnNophJ. L ifida ShcJtcy entertained the KjuilrlB nt her horao Thu"' Bitttrnoon. j Mm T A. Lee returned from fc week's visit with relatives In am uii rsnnlng peaches are bow ftWllanogos Fr.lt P, Krflncst pewhw nmB,1,1l KndJln. nobwt Kelly of Lchl & tint of the week : with hla K Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. m.Dd Mr. Wl Kershaw nro flfel the week with frlcnda In lake. H, Jones of Provo spent Wcdncs b! Thursday hero visiting with too Joseph II. Storrs und Mr. C. iK'(f(Ie In Salt Lako Thursday VKllllMS. S) irii Miller spent the week In jBlrte guest of Mr. and Mrs. Steele. -L Ernest Paxman cntortolncd her Kol bees Thursday aftornoon at Htse. Hud Mrs. T. II. Itoblnaon and pHa were Payson visitors Mo...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

t i i 1, Hi El jji . nJ AMERICAN FORK niTIZEX. SATMIPAV. BCPTCMHErt 11. -, 5 1 The Lehi Departnwnt IRacker Store Burglars Landed In Jail Confess to Having Been the Robbers of Many Stores in Utah, Recently. Loot Will be Recovered. ShrrllT Henry Knst stopped In Lehl for n Btiort tlmn Tuesday on his wny to 1'rovo with J. II. Hlgler ngod 28 mill Clyde l.:nnli the men who looted thr Rnekor Merc, Co. tho Golden Huh lit Sprlngvlllo, tho Pleasant Grow Merc, Co, llrondbcnt's tho Peopled Co-op nml many other storci In I'ti ilnrliiK tho pnst fow months. Tho me hnvo confessed nnd some of tho KondM bum recovered, all tho Ooldon I liil goods were round nl Hlglor's home oi West Temple St., also tho revolver nnd HOtno ruin conlB. Tho silks hsid h shipped to Ilutto hut tho olllccra think Unit they will ho nolo to get nil of th Htuff except thnt which tho men bad It nppenrH Hint tho men lind n "fence" In Ilutto whoro they shipped tho good, to H man nnmed A. Sponcor. The goods woro shipped In tho niuu...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

I ' IS? k'l, , Zrn SATunnAVTPMn,, u fill li Nk IBTTlKVWtlKl SfWASCOHEltlAWinKLE, (AKE3FACE5BEA H'HHEALTH AtlDYOUIH AHD6HACE. Druggist ls,q- UTAn jjAUTO SERVICE mp,utni?cr hmiI Express llotwccii K an.1 CElAlt l'OHT, l'AIK. V FiELIl nnd TOPLIFF. Kig; Out LCAVCS lHat-JI:30 n in Fairfield- 10 1C 11. in. H RctumliiR 1.CHVOB TopUff 12:30 ) III. 1'nirffoM 1:0 p. in. 1 Cedar Fort 2:00 1. in. Hi for eiipageiiiciit for prhnto I from any of these owns af. Siicr ctciiliiK"' Scnlcc quick, JJVnd safe-Win. Gnrn, MgT. H Baggage Transfer Automobik' for lliro Johnson & Sons H Livery and Feed , Stables H Telephone J5-W-1 fcin SI. I-i'lii, Utah Hlred's Variety I Store I .on ghoteuies 5if, Choice, Complete, Up Kilt Stock, mill Prices Hen ., HuMt. Our Other Stock Al 3 j lDtrt.sc J. HlRED'S YAMETY STOKE Main Street, I.ehl. mbing Heating Hbtoutei FurtilsliCil Free WTMES OF AM. kinds ta now located In I.ehl ana "utl to do all kinds ot plumb fltr to Install steam or not jB luting plants p. sTlott fHl. - ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

Yy I j - I m - I HO AMEIllCAN FORK CITIZEN, 9ATgl t::: i KM LEHI LOCALS KSa A baby boy arrived nt the homo of BKfgf Mr. n nil Mrs. Jny Thomas Monday. HiifflE Cotc'H Hot IllnRt heater mid ranges HS tit 1'eopln's Co-op, l.ehl. Il-li H wB Stephen X.liniiKMiiinn icituriieil home H Jaw from tln llliiRliam mines, Wcilm-sdii) I S Mnt. John Wondhouse Ih reported I tm ,'""e '" llllH w,'t',' jigl Mr. titid .Mm (lllhe.rt Knudson spent I jfl (ho jifiMt week vl'tlllrig friend! In l'ro- I Ifln Wl v"",''' I H MIrh Virgin Winn mill .1 ill lit Wll- I (9 cox 'f'f' Thursday for (luiiulsoii whern Wm they wilt tench school. aM uH I H Mrs. Thomas (Irny, Jr presented KB her hiiBbntid with n new baby girl (M Mondny H9 lbc liOil rnmiliiK pemlies are mm KB ready. Cull TlinpiinoKos Frull Farm, RH I'leamnl (J row, II It. I, who will ilc HmB lifer the finest peneheM irrovui li WSm L'tabt. I Nil KjH Miss May l.olt narrowly uHcaped HH Injury Inst week when her buggy tip' PjWjbJ ped over In front of Onrff'a meat m...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

" IHC :::r:- - . AMEniCAN pom CITIZEN, flATOftPAV, aBWm,Hw , 1&1B . Pleasant Qrove Department mips Trail Lied io Meadows lghlleantimillnino Creek I , mfin responded to the Klhfi11 Unttlo Creek Will meadows. Considerable KS needful to drill Holes I, Iron wedges which hold 1 Svwchtlio horses mny sc KSfootlnp. One mny now ride mit through ono of tho most llinronsln tho state, up to i"a 11 Mountain, from which I I. only necessary to wnllc I, half miles to the top of L, where the view obtained Kit'ied anywhere, on 'earth. fcffi two more days' work Ciiletc tho trail to tho top Kin s uncertain Kuwlll le done this fall but It will be done before next ffind this city will then be IVrcndeivous for trnnscontl IUt. Th" trip can then ilrom this city in threo hours K bat little exertion on tho who have been closo enough Kit the flap has been brok 1 T probably by the wind. Tho I, TlmpanoBOS nro HOincthliiB Wd a flag to stand will liavo ftt only made of sheet Iron but Kith steel,. It Ib underst...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 September 1915

li ,e11ican rp-K cgLrt!""" " " -- """ I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ! t . Q H Thniniis Coddlngton linn purchscd a H now Hudson touring cnr H Sonic dnnco I'rlilii) Sept. Iilli, , ill H SmnliiN Aondeni), I. rhl. I Ml H Mrs Olio I.nurscn of Suit Lake Ih H hero visiting with her parents, Mr. nml H Mth. John Snyder. H Clyilo Hoblnson returned to Pnysou H Tuesday nflnr n weeks visit hem with H IiIh brothers, Herd rind Clinrllc. H Mrs. O, (J. Noekhnrt of Iilnlio Ih hero B for n few weeks visit with her pnr- H nils, Mr, unit Mrs. A. K. Thornton. H Cole's Hot UloBt henter i ml ranges H nt People's Co-op, l.chl. 11-11 H Mr. nml Mrs. Ernest Chmlwlck nulo H od lo Provo Tuesday whoro thoy spent jH the tlity with friends. 1 .Mrs, ICarl Holmstond returned Sac B tirdny from n ton days visit wllh he- 1 hrotlior, l.olnml Hofhelns nml wife li H Hnlt I.nkc. M Messrs John llohlnson, Tom I'rldii' 1 nml Hon Ilullldny wore In Amerlcui m Fork Canyon Mnmlny rhlokon limit B Mrs. II. Y. Greenwood nml ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

1 M. iA-FAIR-STAICE EmeriE isliofs I Opera House K of nii"' 0,S," m,d Hfl;WlthoiH AdtMHinlr I'lnco JrWfc Hull; destroyed tho American Krt House cnrly Monday H few minutes before three. Kin. janu-8 Chlpninii, Jr., wns Wb by the Mnio and tolophon Ktral who Immediately notl- rtment. Hy this time, H Die i ntlrc roof was ablaze. Ktocn ilM 'lulck and herolo K could only help to save the tdjolnlnp, hlch would have Hro'cd but for their work and K ot the I-dil flro department, rouily enme to tho rescue KTrai saved from the build. w, (i, M llrclc, llic manager, H, Its loss nl between $15,000 Kg. n -,vas Insured for 4,000 Ki jdjustcrs soy will bo paid B question Winston, manager or tho nntre Company, who hail In House leased, estimates IiIb iboot fJOO.00, which consisted Krinictlon of a Power picture K i rtcllfyor ami other equlp BoiAlils there wmh no Insur so the totnl loss will easily BjWO.ora net loss to the own ),M0. use of the firo Is mystery. Bid been no fire In tho build sKonths. Tim hi...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

hhWW hB i hhI Sk a' hhI H American ronK citizen. BATt)nr-nRnlS-1915 "-J Stake Fair to Be I Great Success iH 'I'll" committees nothing on tlm vnr. HHJ ioun features of the M. I. A. Slnko SDH Fair report In glowing terms tin- sur- QHH cess they nrr meeting with In work HJ Ini; out the details of the different dc- BH partmonls. The program committee In BH 'especially to bo commended for tho HH splendid entertainments Unit nro be- Ing provided. Thursday evening's pro- H gram will consist of a h nappy vnude- Hl villa presented by n Halt l.uke com Hi puny. Friday evening a free lllustrnt- HM 'il lecture on "Planning mid Planting HJ Iho Farm Homo Grounds" will lie glv- H en bv Prof. C. I). Stelner of f '' of HJ U. This Iccturo will bo roll ' h Ha a big dnnco In tho Apollo , i - icre H contlnuoiiB dancing will bo tuo uruer HJ of the evening. The greatest concert H ever given In the Stake will oeeui HH Hiitiirilny evening, when Home of the HH host laleni In the State will render HJ parts on ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

SBBSIOAN FORK LOOALS HflHr&rd Olcson is homo after spend fljie summer lit Iona nnd idnho fljHjL Idaho. T1j't J. Chlpmaii entertained f LK.r evening nt a chlckon supper IrlKbeMf of her son Myron. IP H .... crystal and family nro home 'J, ;. rpetitllnB the summer nt Mr. i (mmI'i ranch near Duchesne. NftH'.., r.uko Hoblnson of Eureka Is 4'iHLm. for a en (lnya v,B,t w,t1' ,ler ?Ro5if'Mrg' "a,,nnh Qnrd"or- SsH UIM Ida Smith hns resumed her JBJv In the music department of tho iMg University nt Provo. jfll yjr tnd Mrs. Jnmcs Chlpnmn, Sr., IHMSlt Lake spent Tuesday visiting WYWjJtitctn Fork relatives. ijM tfn Joseph flngloy and daughter FtaBb BBrlngvlIln were hero Monday, jjBffi"f MM Ellzn st0rB "B'X'itban Robinson spent tho first of N JHil wVtk in Salt Lako on business. H n and Mrs. A. Christcnsen nnd "THtojilues, Ida, Sadlo and Mario Chip 9ilHaipent Wednesday in Salt Lake. 'II Uf and Mrs. J. W Storra attended I Hilt wedding of their son, Glenn, to rff jold'i Gear In Salt Lnko Wednesda...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

PC BBtSBl " BmA H - ' "" " THRPAY. SEPTEMBER IT 1MB - - 1 t a pahTTFS - TAPPPMAr.r.iCsRPTEMBER 23, 24 and ,, 191a I The Lehi Department 1 9 High School Has 1 Successful Opening M Teachers Tell of Aims and Wm Purposes In Tabernacle U Meeting. HI Tli nt Kwns a magnificent mrrjlug In BfB tlm Tnbernnolo Sunday night nnd IjpW nniBt hnvo lici'ii n Honrcc or deep sntlh BIB - fnction to Prof llcuiilou and Ills corps Wjjm of tenchcrs ib It wns to tlio S00 imr Mpj onts nml Hturioiitfl Hint filled tlio bulld- BgH '"K- Probably never before was then BaK a better oxplnnnllon of the nlrnH inn) H& purposes of tbn high school thiin win given by tlio tenchors, nil of whon BH (undo ntldnviBoH, KB In u general woy Principal Hebci HDJI Ilennloii, Jr., who nlso tenclien chom. JBJ Istry, explained Hint the IiIkIi schno' BBl Ih Intended to be the poor innn'H col- H lojo, Hint btvddes giving tbn Htiidenl PJBB credltH mid foundation studies for en BB trance to tlm bin unlvursltlcB, tbr B boy or girl by ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

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Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 September 1915

P 1 twit im P ameiucan rofe citizen-, mvnv -. - I Mb) n j : I LEHI LOCALS JHy hi Uruili Up! Ilrtishes fur every pur- H H pose nt tlio Adams Pharmacy. 18-lt JFJll Mr. ii ml Mis J. T. Itobson spent Bgf Wv Sunday ill Vhlnn I'lirli III 1'iovn rnn- HKl It yon. I v GonrKe AiiHtln of Knit Luke, iikiI- B '.' K ciilturnl Supt. rnr Hip I'lali-ldaho H K' SiiBiir Co,, spent Tuesday In I.ehl. H frfll Mrs. A. J. Loo of I'rlcc Is RpMiilInu HffWfe " Nv,'0,; l l-clil vlnltliif; lift- mother, K Pj$J Mih. C. Loiter. BnS '' ''' ','llll'1"11 r Hull Lake came H (JSjj l0 '"'1 Tuesday lo look nflnr lila BlittE fnrrnlriR Intel ostB over Jordan i HytfK Harrow I .oil wont lo Hull Itiko Tiich- ' HPW lny lo visit Mih. Ilnrrloi Jacobs wd Hjjjfi H '" ""' ' iiospimi. BBfl A'rB' Aitt lion Hanson Ih In fumi mHH Vernon for n vIhIi with relatives nn i HH to put up some fruit for winter. BB Mitt Cnrsou went to Ophlr Wodnos BBBE 'lay to look after his sheep In Oplilr HB Mr. nint .Mrs. W. K. Hacker spent JEmj Wednesday o...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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